Black Community

Creating a Strong Culture

July 19, 2018 Rom Wills 0

When talking about dysfunction in the Black community many racists and self-haters will say it’s something inherent in the DNA of Blacks that causes the problems.   Yet the same people can’t seem to articulate an […]

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The Black Pathology Industry

July 12, 2018 Rom Wills 0

In another article I wrote that many Black leaders want to be The One as in the one great leader.   Of course I had my thoughts on that idea.   Ultimately I see most of these […]

Black Community

Build a Sanctuary

July 5, 2018 Rom Wills 0

As Black men we face a thousand micro-aggressions on a daily basis.   Whether it’s subtle racism on a job to conflicts with our own women to subtle challenges from other Black men we go through […]

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June 19, 2018 Tony Maceo 0

Nearly 25 yrs ago, South Central Los Angeles, CA., was nearly torn apart from a riot that occurred as a result of the acquittal of 4 white police officers in the beating of motorist Rodney […]

Black Community

Too Many Black Leaders want to be The One

June 14, 2018 Rom Wills 0

Throughout African-American history there have been many Black men and women who were seen as leaders of the people.  Whether it was Frederick Douglass, Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. Dubois, Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X, and of […]


America’s Fatherless Black Communities

June 8, 2018 Marcus Love 0

You know, ever since President Trump’s announced that he’ll meet with Black men (mostly pro-athletes and celebrities) about pardoning “unjustly” judged and sentenced people, I’ve been literately shaking my head at how many of us […]

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